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, and accreditation issues. i want to thank the people behind me. in particular, the interim chancellor pamela fisher is here, and the current trustees, natalie burke is here today, i need a barrier is also here. thank you very much. also representing our students, mr. walker is here as well. [applause] with any educational institution that has value as our city college, not only did we work with those that are currently involved with them, but we worked as a city family. there is no way to express at this time the need to have this a family together to support our city college. so also i have representatives of the comptroller's office, then rosenfield, mickey callahan, the human resources divisions that are here today, nadia from our public financing, and certainly kate howard and the budget staff, all here to help me help the city college to make sure they continue in the best tradition that we have in our city. after all, they need our help, our support. they will not be able to accomplish it all by themselves, so no less than any other educational institution. they cannot do it alone. certainly,
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@rosswestgate, maybe send him? well wishes as he recovers from being a little under the weather. richard fisher says the u.s. center bank must soon decide when to end accommodative monetary policy. speaking in berlin, fisher warns the fed is fast approaching the point of defining limits of monetary policy. and that the size of the fed asset purchases is abnormal. meanwhile the white house says president obama called house speaker john boehner and harry reid this weekend for avoid efforts on fiscal cliff. on wednesday president obama will seek more input from top ceos, including gold man's lloyd blankfein and caterpillar's doug owner hill man. a number will travel to washington to try to reach a deficit cutting deal as part of the fix the debt campaign. so all things fiscal cliff still pre-dominate. we have a time clock that's quickly running out. how important is it that we get an agreement before the end of the year? >> this is like the debt ceiling argument. people got into a panic. that's something we even imposed on ourselves to decide that the debt shouldn't go too high. so it's not a bad
-- in place even after the polls closed last night. kristin fisher starts our coverage. she's talking about the race for president. kristin, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. well you know it was a long night but it wasn't nearly as long as many people feared. nor was the race as close as many people thought that it would be. the final returns are still coming in but right now president obama is up by about 1.8 million popular votes and also swept the big battleground states. ohio, florida, and yes, virginia. but barely. and listen to this. the sound from president obama's election night rally. [ cheering and applause ] those are the wild cheers at the obama victory rally in chicago as the newly re-elected president walked out to deliver the victory speech around 1:40 this morning. in it he thanked the nearly 58 million americans that turned out to vote for him especially since some people had to wait in line for several hours to vote as mike was saying earlier. now president obama even mentioned a reference that those long lines in his speech by saying by the way, we have got to fix
without power, just ten -- 9news now reporter kristin fisher is at national harbor where some of those power crews are mobilizing this morning to head north and help folks who still are in the dark. good morning to you kristin. >> reporter: good morning, well, we're talking about 1500 skilled technicians from dominion virginia power. and right now they're catching up on some much-needed sleep. but in just a few short hours they're going to be rolling out of here in a caravan of about 50 trucks and their final destination, new jersey. one of the hardest hit areas from hurricane sandy. now that's where 1.7 million people are still without power. that number is down by about a million so power crews are making progress but not fast enough. yesterday governor chris christie said getting back on the grid is priority number one. >> we're in a triage and attack phase now of the storm. so we can restore power, reopen schools, bring public transportation back online, and allow people to return to their homes if they've been displaced. >> reporter: now people in new jersey trying to go back to w
must support the interim chancellor pamela fisher. [applause] our primary duty is to ensure that she receives the support and tools needed to implement the difficult reforms that are going to be required to preserve this incredible institution that teaches this history, as the mayor said, over 90,000 students. we're going to offer that supports. we think it is crucial as trustees to give the chancellor the support that is required, and at the same time, we will hold her accountable. we will help her, we will challenge her, and i know she is imminently qualified to help us save this institution. i will tell you a little bit about my background. i am a naturalized u.s. citizen. i was born in ecuador. i came to the bay area, went to stanford university, and have a master's degree in structural engineering which i obtained in 1981, started my own structural engineering firm in 1988, santos and urrutia engineers. my partner is somebody that i met at stanford university. albert is a native san franciscan that attended the san francisco community college. there is a program where if you tak
flights leaving thousands of passengers stranded at airports along the east coast. kristin fisher has that part of the story from reagan national. >> reporter: it's 7:30 this morning, there were still several flights canceled heading into jfk, laguardia, newark, from reagan national. but into the late morning and early afternoon, it is looking a whole lot better. now the worst of it was actually yesterday evening, between 1200 and 1300 flights were canceled across the northeast because of this nor'easter. train traffic also tied up. just look at the long lines last night for the long island railroad. snow-covered tracks suspended service for several hours. it since resumed running but only on a limited schedule. remember, this nor'easter moved ashore in the exact same location as superstorm sandy. nearly 800,000 homes and businesses are still without power. some people had just gotten their power back and then lost it for a second time the same day. i mean can you imagine the frustration? so while these cancellations are certainly no fun for flyers, especially business travelers, just
but as chris fisher report, one local company has been planning these kinds of weddings for the last 13 years. >> same-sex weddings may be new to maryland but not catherine. >> the web site is gay weddings.com. we are a comprehensive planning resource for same-sex couples. i am a straight mom, i am proud to say, she founded the company in 1999 and people thought she was crazy because no one thought this would be something that could happen or would happen. >> three days ago, it did happen. >> thank you very much. >> in maryland, map, and washington state. -- maine, and washington state. >> you can't underestimate the significance of the feeling that we can go tie the knot and it is really recognized. it is really big. >> it is potentially big business for the city of baltimore. in fact the city's tourism bureau has launched its own web site, with a how to, to get married in baltimore. it can also mean more money for the vendors that cater to same- sex weddings. there is already 52,000 of them listed on catherine's web site, 4,000 in our area alone. when it comes to choosing just one, catherin
governors could very well determine which party will control the u.s. senate. kristin fisher has more now from a precinct in mount vernon. >>reporter: well, there's been a steady stream of voters throughout the morning at this precinct in mount vernon. but the biggest crowds and the longest lines were here before the polls even opened. nearly 200 people were lined up here at washington mill elementary school to vote, a welcome sight for virginia's republican candidate for senate, george allen. >> it's great to see driving up here we are at -- whatever it is, 6:14 in the morning, so many cars. and it looks like virginians are ready to change the direction of our country in a good direction. >>reporter: in a race this close, every vote counts. george allen continued to campaign all the way up to the voting booth, and he made sure as tempting as it might be not to cut in line. >> it took me about 30 seconds to actually vote, but it took me about an hour to get through the line. >> we just stood in line for an hour and a half to make sure we cast our vote, so that's what it means to us. >>r
overnight. flames broke out on morris street northeast near florida avenue. kristin fisher has more. >> i don't know what's going on. what caused that fire? we don't know. >>reporter: dozens of business owners in d.c.'s warehouse district are frustrateed that the fire at the old union market is costing them dearly. >> there's no power, no business. >>reporter: their businesses did not catch fire, but d.c. firefighters still had to close down streets and shut off power to every warehouse within a two- block radius. the fire broke out late wednesday. it took all night to contain and it was still smoking thursday morning. >> a lot of products inside the locations and certainly security to prevent burglars from getting in, but that also prevented firefighters from getting in as well, so a very, very stubborn fire. >>reporter: just to be clear, this fire broke out at the old union market. that's very different from the new union market that was just rebuilt and it was rebuilt because it too caught fire. so if there's any good news here and that is this is now there's some hope that the fire
northeast near newton street. kristin fisher has more now from the scene. >> reporter: well, this all started around 6:30 this morning. a grandfather called police and said that his grandson was attacking him. but when d.c. police got to this home on 17th street, that grandson turned on them. here's d.c. police chief cathy la near to describe what happened next. >> when they arrived on scene and came up to the house, apparently the suspect came up attacked the officers. >> reporter: one officer a ten year veteran was stabbed several times in the neck, head and hands. that officer then pulled out his gun and opened fire. >> we believe the suspect was hit instantly. and is remaining here on the scene. he is deceased here on the scene. >> we heard all these police cars and fire truck, ambulances and then apparently the helicopter. >> reporter: this man lives just a few doors down. and he's lived there for the last 37 years. >> nothing like this has ever happened in this neighborhood in my time that i'm aware of. >> reporter: both the grandfather and officer were taken to the hospital wit
warden from warren, p.a., was on the task force. >> jim fisher, a former fbi agent and criminologist, studied the case from the beginning. >> so you have 50 people running around randomly conducting, you know, leads with very little coordination. no one really seemed to be in charge. >> from the outset, he believes the fbi, the erie police, all the law enforcement agencies involved were on the wrong track. this was not, he says, a bank robbery. you believe brian wells was murdered? >> well, he was murdered. it was a first-degree murder. this was an intentional premeditated homicide. moreover, it was extremely cruel in the way the crime was executed. >> not just the crime, the actual bomb was a crude masterpiece of someone's twisted art. police would find intricate decoy cables, a homemade lock. it all made into a bizarre puzzle wrapped around the neck of the victim. and whatever this was, a bank robbery, a violent murder, the case was about to take another bizarre, almost unreal, twist. >> there is a frozen body in a freezer in the garage. >> a second body, this one hidden in a freez
fisher in indiana. >> i feel like i've been lied to and i am angry about it. >> reporter: fisher says she got sucked in by a recruiter for brown mackie. >> they told me i would get a better job making $35,000 to $40,000 a year. >> reporter: fisher gave abc news a look at the inherent documents, which shows edmc counting fisher's $16,000 a year job as a success. >> i work at walmart in customer service. >> reporter: she got the job before graduation. the school sclamss -- claims its related to her degree. >> they're lying. i placed myself in that job. >> reporter: here's more. the company claims job success for the fashion marketing grad, accounting major and business grad. but he says edmcs own documents show this one is actually working for minimum wage, selling shoes. one works at mcdonald's, the other a janitor. edmc declined an interview but wrote to us say we believe the claims raised by jason sobek are wholly without merit, saying he was not employed in career services and the company has a high code of ethics. we asked senator dick durbin to review sobek's documents. >> it's just p
of the storm damage because that's the only way to see it. >> kristin fisher is here with us this morning and kristin, you were out in the field. you were in rehoboth. and just give us an idea again of what you saw and what's going on now. >> reporter: well, it's tough to compare the two because what i found in rehoboth is nothing compared to what we're now seeing in new york and new jersey with you know, up and down the coast. millions of people remaining in the dark. the damage in the billions of dollars. and the death toll now at least 63 people. yesterday president obama brought some hope to hard hit new jersey, promising immediate federal aid and pledging to be in its for the lang howl. he -- long haul. he toured the garden state with governor chris christie with entire neighborhoods still underwater. the president said the top priority is getting the power back on especially atwater filtration plants and other critical infrastructure. the second priority? transportation. clearing the roads from debris and restoring mass transit so people can go back to work and their kids can finall
, sara fisher in indiana. jay i feel like i have been lied to and i am angry about it. >> fisher said she was sucked in by a recruiter. >> they told me i would be making 35,000 to $40,000 a year. >> but he gave abc news an exclusive look the a internal company documents which show edmc still counting fisher's $16,000 a year job as a success. >> i work at wal-mart in customer service. >> she got the job long before graduation. but the school claims it is related to her degree. >> they are lying. i placed myself in that job not the college. >> and here is more. the company claims job success for this fashion marketing grads, this accounting major and this business tbrad. but huey says edmc's own documents show this one is actually working for minimum wage selling shoes. one works at mcdonalds and the other a janitor. edmc declined an interview but wrote us to say we believe the claims raised are wholly without merritt saying he was not employed in career services and the company has a high code of ethics. we asked senator dick durbin to review documents. >> it is just plain fraud. and your
reporter kristin fisher is live on capitol hill with more on the president's successful re-election bid. good morning kristin. >> reporter: good morning, you know it was a long night but it wasn't nearly as long as many people feared. nor was the race as close as many people thought it would be. now the final returns are still coming in but right now, president obama is up by about 1.8 million popular votes. and he swept all of the big battleground states. florida, ohio, and yes, virginia barely. now listen to this -- [ cheering and applause ] now that is the sound of wild cheers of the obama victory rally in chicago as the newly re-elected president walked out to deliver his victory speech around 1:40 this morning. in it he thanked the nearly 158 million americans that voted for him especially since some people waited in line for several hours to vote. he even mentioned it in his speech by saying quote by the way, we have got to fix that. now in regards to his opponent the president not only congratulated governor romney on a hard fought campaign, he wants to sit down with him in the w
fisher who's at washington elementary school in alexandria where george allen is voting voting this morning. good morning, kristin. what can you tell us? has the candidate arrived? >> apparently we're having -- >> there she is. good morning, kristin. >>reporter: good morning. well, it is a very chilly election morning, but that hasn't stopped virginians from getting out early. look at this line outside the washington mill elementary school in mount vernon. it's at least, almost 200 people deep and the polls just opened, people just started going in. and right now we are all awaiting the arrival of one of the candidates in virginia's closely watched senate race, george allen. he should be arriving any minute now to cast his vote, then the republican and former governor is going to be heading down to richmond to watch the returns come in, and that's where his opponent is going to be for most of the day, democrat tim kaine. now, this race is absolutely critical because it could very well determine which party is going to control the senate. this race has received more money and m
desks at the federal reserve bank of new york. joining me is peter fisher, senior directing manager and head of blackare being's fixed income group. welcome back, peter. i read your notes, and you seemed very pegs mystic, i think, maybe about getting off the fiscal cliff but certainly the market impact of the cliff. why are you so worried? >> well, we face much too high a risk if they kick the can down the road again, 60 days, 90 days, six months, actually don't solve anything. if they do that and just leave us with another cliff a few months later, if they leave us with that, business fixed investment is going nowhere. business confidence is going nowhere. >> already falling. business investment is actually falling. >> yes, but if we give them -- if we make the business community think we're facing another three or six monies of this fiscal cliff stuff it will completely evaporate and household markets will evaporate, and the markets will spell that. those odds are higher than we should put up with. >> i don't necessarily disagree but the volatility index, the vix index for stocks
chancellor, dr. pamela fisher, our former chancellor, dr. don griffin, former chancellor dr. phillip day, and mr. mendehem, president of the citizen's bond foundation committee. >> (inaudible) mr. walker newman, and miss jacqueline liu and city of san francisco would like to recognize the honorable mayor of san francisco, the honorable david chiu, chairman of the board of supervisors. >> he's also our district 3 supervisor. >> the honorable menea cohen, the honorable ciel ping, commissioner cecilia chung, may woo, eileen lee riley and mr. carezza, san francisco unified school district. >> we'd like to recognize our guest from the consulate, education councilor from the people's republic of china, mr. bernhard able, consulate of germany, the honorable nagesh naharabi, india, the honorable dennis garrison, consul of lithuania, consul of madagascar, mr. victor flores, from e
fisher airlines. it's grounded now, it's in such a bad way t. hasn't been flying now since the beginning of october. it's been facing strikes and all the rest of it. the question is, is he going to use it to bail out king fisher or use it to bail out the united states spirits, which itself is deep in debt? this is what someone from mumbai says. >> many are seeing this deal as possible a reprieve for him, as far as airline business is concerned. but if you talk to a lot of analysts, there's still doubt whether the deal would be able to save kingfisher airlines, because united spirits itself has been in a lot of trouble, and the first priority for the group, the u.b. group, would be to pull out united spirits, make it more profitable. >> so there's a question where he's going to use the money, which company to became out. >> it's clear, the airline business as a whole is in difficulties, and that became clear today when we had a dramatic announcement from iberia, which is part of i.a.g., which is -- which also owns british airways. if you combine them, you have a problem. they are getting
of flights were canceled in advance of the storm. kristin fisher is at national airport with more on what you can expect this morning. kristin, it's good to see and hear you. >> reporter: hello. good morning everyone. well, you know, the impacts from this nor'easter can really be felt here at reagan. simply when you look at the departures board and the sheer number of flights that have been canceled across the northeast. overnight almost every flight to and from new york and new jersey was canceled. about 1200 flights in total and i tell you what the travel wasn't any better by train. over -- social media, twitter especial little and whatnot yesterday people were posting pictures of just incredible lines in the terminals at penn station, penn station was entirely shut down for about 30 minutes to 45 minutes due to overcrowding and that overcrowding came from the fact that the long island railroad was completely suspended for several hours due to all the snow that was covering these tracks. so essentially you had all of these people that had just taken that huge hit from hurricane sandy ten da
pick up a seat. that is in nebraska with a retirement among democrats there and now deb fisher will be the new senator from nebraska. there's a big change. but what doesn't change is that republicans will control the house. democrats in charge of the senate and the white house and a lot of work to do. lynn? >> so that begins. kelly o'donnell for us this morning. >>> nbc meteorologist bill karins is live for us in democracy plaza where all the excitement happened last night. good morning to you. >> good morning to you, lynn. it was packed in here last night as the big announcement was made. with the big nor'easter it cleared out in a hurry as the winds picked up. it's a very windy morning throughout this region. the big concerns in this area are the areas devastated by sandy only a week ago. this storm is going to add insult to injury, more power outages, more beach erosion, more large waves crashing into homes. that's going to happen as we go throughout this afternoon and this evening. as far as the wind goes, they're already beginning to pick up, gusting now to new york city a
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a promotion from the house to senate. another woman, deb fisher defeated former senator bob carey. and elsewhere, voters reelected six democratic women to the senate. and this bringing the total number of women senators to an unpress dented 20. joining me now is keli goff she is the political correspondent for the root. and the greet christine pelosi, chair of the california democratic party women's caucus. welcome back inside "the war room" to both of you. >> thank you. >> great to be back. >> jennifer: keli let me start with you? are women more excited to see the extremists defeated or to see so many women win? >> that's a tough one, but i would have to say, there seemed d b aotot of c cerergoioi on whenever i would hear a mourdock or akin went down. and those weren't just from women, there were a lot of embarrassed guys that were happy. >> jennifer: there are a lot of moderate men who really are embarrassed. christine obviously last night was a great, great night for democrats, and it was because women and people of color provided a great firewall for the
dr. pam fisher. >> good evening, and let me add my welcome to all of you. i just can't imagine a happier, more thrilling event. i do feel a bit like a party crasher because so many of you have worked on this for so many years. when i first arrived here the first week of may, people came to me and said how long are you going to be here? oh, great, you are going to be here for the celebration of the chinatown campus. tell me more about that. i've been hearing a lot about it ever since and it's lived up to all the expectations. i do want to say welcome to all of you on behalf of the staff, the faculty, the administrators and all the students at city college. we appreciate your support. the city of san francisco made this possible as did the many, many personal individual donors who came to us and did what we needed when we needed it. the most important of it being, of course -- and i am a little biased -- and that is that the community college cause is above all as far as i'm concerned. the movement that we're a part of, making a difference in hundreds of thousands of people
decemberinnels but found this guitar puts out level that's hit 90. fisher price told us they have worked to confirm they're safe for children. also they found lead in about 1% of the toys.. >> we found this item had 180 parts per million of led in paint. current standards is 100 parts per million. >> this item purchased in a national dollar store. and the manufacturer dmot be reached. >> thank you. >> from pier 39 to a delta town. up next, looks the sea lions are on the move. >> that story, then train your iz. a display that has become a thanksgiving tradition. >>> fishing is good these daysí, especially for sea lions. there are plenty of fish along the water front this, little guy having a great time. notice he's surrounded by sea gulls. >> they know where food might be. >> controversy surrounding oprah's mention of one of her favorite things. she says she loves it. this is the tweet it says got say love that surface, i've bought 12 for christmas gifts. nice, right? well what is the problem? she sent the tweet using an >> wow. >> and food banks in san francisco and marin are unexpected
from wthr in indianapolis where in fishers, indiana, one man is causing quite a flap in his neighborhood over his 50 pet pigeons. they are certified racing pigeons which he houses in his garage. the problem, the birds' exercise routine, a daily flyover. when they do their business which several neighbors say is causing a health hazard. neighborhood meetings are set to discuss the fate of all these fowl. >>> i'm veroniy r n egypt visitors can get a revived glimpse of history. after six years of renovations and the arab spring uprising the tomb of king tut has been reopened. the u.s. ambassador to egypt received a special tour. the events marks 90 years since the tomb was first discovered. egypt is hoping to boost tourism industry. >>> to mexico city a musical trip to the church. mariachis came together to celebrate the feast day of patron saint cecelia. they marched through the streets in jackets and sombreros before a mass and concert. the journey is carried out every year on november 22nd. >>> one south korean park teaches visitors about a different kind of throne. the park
will be held at the darling fisher memorial chapel in campbell tomorrow morning at 10:00. >>> a pilot has died after crashing his small plane in calaveras county. it went down a mile south of the calaveras county airport. this is the scene near the crash near san andre yeses. the plane is described as an experimental aircraft. the pilot was the only one on board, and his identity has not been released. still no word on what caused the accident. >>> 80s icon larry hagman has died. he is probably best known as the oil baron jr ewing on "dallas." he recently revised his role on a reboot for cable. according to a newspaper linda gray and patrick duffy were at his bedside when he passed away late this afternoon. he died of cancer and was 81 years old. >>> an explosion that rocked springfield, massachusetts was caught on camera. look at this video. the blast leveled a bar and damaged 12 buildings nearby. it was fueled by a gas leak. nobody died, but 18 people suffered nonlife-threatening injuries. half of them were firefighters. >>> let's head to spencer christian for a first look at our weather. >>
on a crime spree last week. there will be a service at 11:00 at darling fisher memorial chapel. one of the suspects is fill on the run. they have -- is still on the run. the police have released this sketch. he is about 25 years old and was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt during the crime. >>> a family in planning a funeral instead of a wedding. 22-year-old -- was killed after her family's suv slammed into into a patrol car yesterday. it happened on 101 at the exit the items purchased were for her wedding in india. >> we have no idea why the vehicle swerved. it was petely on the right-hand shoulder. >> officers said that her and her three sisters were not wearing seatbelts. one of the sister's conditions remains critic. >>> this boat started to take on water yesterday afternoon near the berkley pier. everyone, the family, the dog and a snake made it back to shore safely. >>> it will be seen if black friday brought the economy out of the red. shoppers rushed a victoria secret's store in oklahoma. there was violence in other cases like this in tallahasse florida. this these people we
netflix and hulu to your television. there are several web sites offering a deal on fisher price toys. half off in certain cases. toys r us or amazon. the term cyber monday, that is old fashioned. it dates way back to the early 2000s, when the only way anyone could get online was to do so from work. so the first day back to work after black friday became the biggest shopping day online. you can buy something on your iphone while waiting for a bus. retailers love an excuse to attract shoppers. this concept stuck. then with swisher points out that people using their ipad. ipads account for 80% of all online shopping. one popular thing to buy with your ipad is more ipads. bottom line, according to the information, we're using our ipads to buy ipads. back to you. >> scott, thanks. >>> all right. time to get a look at the full forecast with meteorologist christina loren. yes, the golden gate bridge is still socked in fog. >> it is, marla. we still have three-hour flight delays out of sfo. if you have a family member or you are trying to catch a flight, the good news is we should start to s
of sara fisher who went to brown mackey college and they lied about her job's success. >> i feel like i've been lied to and i am angry about it. >> fisher said she got sucked in by a recruiter for brown mackey. >> they said i would be able to get a better job and make $35,000 to $40,000 a year. >> but an exclusive look at internal company documents which show that they're still counting her $16,000 a year job as a success. >> i work at walmart in customer service. they're lying. >> i should note that "abc news" did contact them and they said these claims are without merit. >> cenk: they said that. i didn't see that coming. >> we'll see how this lawsuit plays out. -for-profit colleges have faced criticism especially by the obama administration because of this deceptive recruiting. >> cenk: and i'm waiting for the day when the company goes, oh, they're suing us? look at that, you got us. but that last was instructive. people say i don't want to make $16,000. wouldn't it be great to have a decent job that paid me $30,000 to $40,000. they're not asking for a lot. the kind of job that you sh
headache as well over 1,000 flights are canceled as a result of the bad weather. >> kristin fisher is live at the airport with more on what's going on. and if anything's leaving this morning, good morning kristin. >> reporter: good morning. well, here at reagan national, the impact from the nor'easter can really be seen in this sheer number of flights that have been canceled. about 1200 flights canceled overnight and still a few this morning although the good news a little bit later in the day i am seeing a little far fewer cancellations. so there's some good news. but 1200 flights canceled in total and tell you what last night the travel wasn't any better by trains. just take a look at the incredibly long lines last night for the long island railroad. snow-covered tracks suspended service for several hours and service resumed running on a limit schedule. also penn station the penn station was shut down for about an hour last night due to overcrowding from all those people that were coming there for the long island railroad. all of them just backing up. well, that combined with the frozing
it is at the ready in storage tankers and pipelines. >> help is on the way. kristin fisher is out at national harbor where virginia power is getting ready to send over 1,000 skilled workers to assist up north. good morning kristin. >> reporter: good morning. to be exact we're talking about 1500 skilled workers from dominion virginia power. some of the crews have just started showing up after catching up on much-needed sleep. in just little over an hour they're going to be hitting the road and heading to the areas after superstorm sandy. we're talking about new york and of course the new jersey coast. now in new jersey, what we're talking about here's the latest numbers. 1.7million people in new jersey still without power. that number is down about a million so power crews are making some progress. but not fast enough. yesterday governor chris christie said getting them back on the grid is priority number one. >> we're in a triage and attack phase now of the storm. so we can restore power, reopen schools, prepublic transportation back online and allow people to return to their homes if they've been d
within the last hour has 13 customers without power. kristin fisher is here now with more on the intense recovery effort underway now in northeast, good morning. >> reporter: up and down the coast millions of people remain in the dark. the damage in the billions of dollars. and the death toll at least 63 people. but that number is likely only going to continue to climb as new jersey and new york begin to transition from the search and rescue phase to the recovery which in many ways most folks say is more daunting. yesterday, president obama brought some hope to hard hit new jersey pledging to be in it for the long haul. he toured the garden state with governor chris christie where entire neighborhoods are still underwater. the president said his top priority, getting the power back on especially atwater filtration plants and other critical infrastructure. his second priority? transportation. clearing roads from debris and restoring mass transit so people can begin to go back to work. and their kids can go back to school. >> we are here for you. and we will not forget. we will follow-up t
with the help of a growing same sex wedding industry, but as kristin fisher reports, one local company has been planning these kind of nuptials the last 13 years. >> reporter: same sex weddings may be new to maryland but not to katherine hamm. >> my website is gayweddings.com. we are a comprehensive planning resource for same sex couples. my straight mom founded our company in 1999. people thought she was a little crazy because no one really saw that this was something that could happen or would happen. >> reporter: but three days ago it did happen. in maine, maryland and washington state. >> you can't underestimate the significance of this feeling that we can now go tie the knot and it's legally recognized. this is really big. >> reporter: it's also potentially big business for the city of baltimore. in fact, the city's tourism bureau has launched its own website with a how to to get married in baltimore. it could also mean more money for the vendors that cater to same sex weddings. there's already 52,000 listed on katherine's website, 4,000 in our area alone. when it comes to choosing just
into is going down the toilet. no big deal, just another major failure by kevin fisher. (sighs) >> eden: (sighs) kevin, i'm sorry. anything i can do to help? >> kevin: yeah. get me $15 million by monday. >> chloe: thanks. >> chelsea: mm-hmm. >> chloe: so what's making you crazy? >> chelsea: i think i'm making myself nuts. i came home earlier and i could have sworn someone was in here. (laughs) >> chloe: are you sure it wasn't adam, or someone who works for you? >> chelsea: no, i-i checked the whole house. it was empty. >> chloe: well, maybe, when they heard you come in, they took off. did you make sure that they didn't take anything? >> chelsea: yeah, yeah. jewelry, cash, computers-- it's all here. i just think i'm supersensitive since-- >> chloe: losing the baby? >> chelsea: i feel so stupid. lots of women have miscarriages. i... i don't know why i'm making such a big deal out of it. >> chloe: because it is a big deal. >> chelsea: i need to get over it. adam has. >> chloe: i'm sure he's hurting just as much as you are. >> chelsea: well, he doesn't show it. (chuckles) >> chloe: well, i think th
for sometime, you're going to see a lot of undermining of the roadways, potential property damage. fisher: all the sensors in the field come into this location. these two operators behind me operate the entire water system, 24/7. so we can see all of our reservoirs, their elevations, whether they're going up or down, how much water we're getting from our two treatment plants. we try to move it very quickly through the system and serve it to our customers in the most economic and efficient manner. narrator: las vegas serves as an example for cities across the country, whether they have a limited supply or not. and many utilities can identify with the struggles that come with maintaining underground assets to support a growing population. one of the most common issues that municipalities share is water loss. melosi: because it's not a catastrophic issue, we don't think much about it. but there is a 10%, 20%, 30% water loss or leakage in some systems. allbee: already treated water that you've invested money in, you're losing before you actually delivered it. narrator: so many utilities are employ
, the interim chancellor pamela fisher is here, and the current trustees, natalie burke is here today, i need a barrier is also here. thank you very much. also representing our students, mr. walker is here as well. [applause] with any educational institution that has value as our city college, not only did we work with those that are currently involved with them, but we worked as a city family.
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